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Re: Favourite Hand Tools
Sedgewick #1366655 Sat Jun 27 2020 01:57 PM
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Shop Clutterist
My mouse. Using it right now!


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1954 1/2 ton 235 4 speed
Re: Favourite Hand Tools
Sedgewick #1366680 Sat Jun 27 2020 03:54 PM
Joined: Jun 2008
Posts: 1,395
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Shop Shark
I love my set of Husky stubby wrenches. They can get in the tightest of places and I use them all the time. Bought mine on sale at HD.


Chuck
1950 Chevy 1/2 ton (original)
1951 Chevy 1/2 ton (future streetrod)
1941 Chevy coupe
1938 Chevy coupe streetrod
Re: Favourite Hand Tools
Sedgewick #1366692 Sat Jun 27 2020 05:42 PM
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 2,903
"Hey! I sound like Darth Vader!!
Usually, my most favorite hand tool is the one I can't find at any given moment. Or i don't own and need it now, at any given moment.

Re: Favourite Hand Tools
Sedgewick #1366954 Mon Jun 29 2020 01:13 PM
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Posts: 1,435
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Shop Shark
My favorite hand tool would be the MPG or manual pulse generator...that little box puts 1,100 ft. lbs of torque at my fingertips.

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Re: Favourite Hand Tools
Sedgewick #1366962 Mon Jun 29 2020 01:33 PM
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Master Gabster
My cordless drill driver bought more than 30 years ago, Craftsman. The first set of batteries stayed charged for a long time but the replacement set does not last as long. It was an old school heavy so I bought a Worx one and it is lighter and easier to use for a long time. Going to put it to use today building a lumber rack in my shop.


Ron, The Computer Greek
I love therefore I am.

1960 MGA Roadster Sold 7/18/2017
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Re: Favourite Hand Tools
Sedgewick #1367113 Tue Jun 30 2020 06:42 AM
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Shop Shark
Favourite hand tool

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Re: Favourite Hand Tools
Sedgewick #1367124 Tue Jun 30 2020 01:16 PM
Joined: Nov 1995
Posts: 4,541
J
Unrepentant VW Lover
Don ... ok, fine. If the BFH is kid's stuff, then I am a big kid. So if I have to pick a different tool to be my fav, then I would have to say it's my Victorinox multi-tool. Wear it always. Use it a lot.

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Re: Favourite Hand Tools
Sedgewick #1367170 Tue Jun 30 2020 05:30 PM
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I'm with you John on the BFH, although lately I've been gravitating toward a Dewalt 1/4 hex cordless impact driver I bought last year. Definitely a handy item, and even removes clutch head screws. nanner


Kevin
First car '29 Ford Special Coupe
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